Cliffs at Marsden Bay by George Blackie Sticks 50x70cm PosterThe Cliffs at Marsden Bay by George Blackie Sticks 50x70cm Poster. Original painting is held at the South Shields Museum & Art Gallery TWCMS: C10604. A fisherman on the beach at Marsden Bay, South Shields, is shown pulling on a rope attached to a piece of broken mast from a shipwreck. The tall, thin format of the painting emphasises the height of the cliffs and the sense of the power of nature. George Blackie Sticks was drawn to wild landscapes, which were popular subjects in the late 19th century. He was a Newcastle artist who also exhibited his work outside the North East of England.
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|Brand||Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums|
|Artist||Sticks, George Blackie|
|Venue||South Shields Museum|
|Size||50cm x 70cm|
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